Nabokov essays russian literature

There is one more convincing piece of evidence Ungureanu points to. It is a well-remembered scene from “Lolita,” in which Lolita shows Humbert Humbert a photo from a popular American magazine while sitting on his lap. The photo is described as showing a surrealist painter beside a plaster replica of a half-submerged bust of Venus de Milo. In the course of her research, Ungureanu discovered a photo of Dali, who once famously created an altered plaster of Venus de Milo , standing beside a half-submerged mannikin. The photo ran in LIFE Magazine in 1941:

Nabokov essays russian literature

nabokov essays russian literature

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